Wednesday morning Food Bank days are always interesting. No matter how early I arrive, it always begins with greeting the start of our lineup at the front steps. This is followed by setting up a welcoming space and well-appointed food tables. Accommodating the initial rush of people is always exhilarating. But after the first wave has passes there is often a chance to talk with community members about their lives. One person hung around after picking her food telling us about an important life lesson her eight year old son had taught her about 'busyness'. Afterwards I said to a volunteer: 'Such conversations are the best thing about Wednesday mornings.' She agreed.